Preview: Little Nightmares II (Nintendo Switch)


The newest game to bring jump scares to many streamers and gamers alike is Little Nightmares II. This sequel brings more of what the original one did, which was make you jump or sweat in fear as you play. I saw that the demo was available on Nintendo Switch and having never played the first […]

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Introducing The Retro Gaming Club!


As far back as I can remember, I’ve always enjoyed videogames. What initially got me into the genre, I’m not so sure. Maybe it was the interaction with friends, arcades, newness of the hobby, many people not knowing much about it, or the great experiences I had starting with the NES. Whatever was the “spark” […]

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Preview: Hyrule Warriors – Age Of Calamity


If you have ever played Dynasty Warriors, you are aware that it practically created a new genre of gaming. It’s a fun style of gameplay where you play as various characters on one map, beating up hundreds and hundreds of enemies at once. I thought it would be overwhelming, but it’s a lot of fun. […]

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Persona 5 Royal: Exploring The Mysterious Museum


Hello, Reader! How have you been since last week? Hope you’re ready for more weirdness as I continue to tell you about my experience playing Persona 5 Royal. This week I went into Mementos for the bulk of my session. First, I need to cover some stuff I missed last week. I neglected to mention […]

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Gamer Goals: Overcoming The Backlog


I have the same problem as you do. Some gamers don’t want to talk about it, but I think it’s healthy to do so. We don’t like to look at it, but every time we turn on our consoles, there it is. You can’t run away from it. It stares us down and tells us […]

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Persona 5 Royal: Two Worlds, One Strange Game


The following is a guest post from Andrew, who reached out to me on Twitter about contributing to the blog. I’m looking forward to his series of posts on Persona 5 which I hope you all enjoy. It’s his first run through of the game, so he will be sharing his thoughts on it as […]

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What We’re Playing: Hollow Knight, Duck Game, Dust An Elysian Tale


Matthew Butler My 8 and 7 year old sons love nothing more than to frenetically brawl it out with me on an almost nightly basis with this one. I don’t know where it came from, but I don’t care! It drives a wonderfully silly yet endearing competitive side from each of my boys: and I […]

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Video Review: Art Of Mana


Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. That’s a quote I found online that I feel is true of artwork. I’m no artist myself, I can barely draw something basic, but I love admiring art and have started collecting a few artbooks. I’ve even been to Rome, Italy and seen paintings […]

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Gaming & God Is A Humble Bundle Partner


One thing I have noticed for a few years now, is how videogames can be used to be a blessing to others in practical ways. Yes, they are very fun to play, can help us reduce stress and have other benefits, but helping people financially via charities is something I want to get behind. Besides […]

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Top Five Christian and Bible-inspired Nintendo Games


The following guest post is from Ana at Myemulator.online which focuses on retro games and emulation. If you didn’t know about Christian based video games, then you will enjoy reading about each of these past games. Let me know in the comments which ones you’ve played, or would like to play! Also, which Christian games […]

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